Congratulations on taking the next step! We look forward to receiving your application.
|All application materials must be received on or before the deadline. Application materials received after the deadline are considered late and may not be processed.|
August 3, 2016
June 30, 2017
|Documents to be submitted to WesternU|
In addition to submitting your application and MCAT scores to AACPMAS, there are additional documents that must be submitted directly to WesternU. To assist in putting together your application we've created a checklist that explains what you need to do to complete your application for review. Please carefully review the application checklist to ensure that you submit all required documents in the appropriate manner. Also note that the information entered into these forms cannot be saved, so do not close the forms until you are completely satisfied with the printed results!
WesternU's College of Podiatric Medicine has a rolling admission process which in essence means that the earlier you submit your application the more seats there are available for which you could be selected. In contrast, the later you apply, the more competition you will have as many of the seats will have already been filled. With this in mind, we encourage you to submit your application as soon as the cycle opens.
To give you peace of mind, we will e-mail you when we receive your AACPMAS application. Once your application is complete, it will be sent to the Admissions Committee for interview consideration. If you are selected for interview, we will call you to schedule a date. Interviews are conducted on a rolling basis throughout the admissions cycle.
We are happy to answer your questions as you navigate through the application process, so please do not hesitate to contact us if we can help.
Standards of Academic and Professional Conduct
WesternU and CPM expect all students to adhere to the standards of professional conduct as published in the University Catalog. Violation of this code of conduct may result in the suspension of application and/or other actions, including rescission of your admission to podiatry school, or the possibility of dismissal from the College of Podiatric Medicine, if enrolled.